Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
What is Brownian Motion?
All matter is made of tiny
The particles are atoms, ions or molecules.
In a liquid or gas, the particles move at random.
The random motion of
particles is called Brownian Motion.
It can be seen by looking at
smoke particles in air through a microscope.
particle (shown as a blue ball)
has a jerky motion.
As (invisible) air molecules collide with the smoke particle,
they push it about in different directions at random.
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